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    New Work

    Some new boards that are now available.

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    2 x 14 x 20 Walnut/Mahogany

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    2 x 12 x 18 Walnut/Mahogany

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    2 x 12 x 18 Maple/Walnut

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    2 x 12 x 18 Mahogany w/Maple Inserts
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    Entirely opposite from the one in the photo

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    4 x 17 1/2 Cherry

    As always, if anyone has any interest in any of these, either send an email, PM or call me at the shop. 336 four three one 0436

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    The top walnut/mahogany board is incredible. Wish i had money right now, i have been wanting a board from you for some time. Very nice David!!!

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    FYI I can do lay-aways.

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    Beautiful work as always!

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    The first and last ones are real eye catchers if I was at a place in my life where I had access to a kitchen I would spring for one, alas that's at least 4 years away but when the time comes a boardsmith board will be one of my first investments!

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    Ugh..lif only I did just get a walnut/mahogany one from you last month! I need a bigger kitchen

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    Great looking boards. All I can say is, if you don't have a board from David, you need one! I never really understood what the talk was about until my wife got me one, and I have not looked back since.

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    Got this in the mail yesterday. Stunning in person. Thank you so much for the dedication to quality.



    P.S. Love the made in america sticker. Feels good to have something that really exemplifies what made in the USA is all about.

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    Don't you love the way he uses the grain patterns?
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    I do love it. It really shows attention to detail. This wasn't something that was just thrown together.

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